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. >> john adams, our second president. >> okay. the fun interactive set, you sit next to him in a chair. >> incredible. what other technology do you have. >> our 8th president. >> our first president with ironic faition hair. >> this is worth the price of admission right here just to pet his face. >> who is this. >> martin van burren. >> and this man, i did not realize we elected vampire to the senate. >> we didn't. this is william henry harrison. john tyler, 10th president had the most children, would you like to guess how many. >> 425. >> 14. >> 14. all right. who is this? >> our 18th president you lisses s grant. >> what does the s stand for. >> that's a great question. >> thank you. >> this doesn't seem fair. why does fdr get to sit down. >> i can lick him. >> you cannot. >> we're wearing almost the compaq same suit and tie t would be like licking myself. >> something i've also dreamed of doing. >> that i don't mind but not ronald reagan. >> i don't mind it either but all the hot-- isn't bringing that around. all right. i'm from the future. got to get out. >> can i lick him. >> no,
't save the john mccain show even by making his running mate honey boo boo. (laughter) now unfortunately, i think that's who that is. (cheers and applause) >> stephen: honey boo boo, a dollah makes me holda. now unfortunately, petraeus turned down roger ailes, i assume, to spend more time not making eye contact with his family. but folks, that does not mean ailes shouldn't try this again in 2016 or that other networks should. i mean msnbc has already picked their guy. i say-- (laughter) i say it is time, let's just give a & e a shot. they can choose one of those folks on hoarders. nothing gives a candidate historical perspective quite like saving every newspaper since 1932. and you want a candidate with military experience? the food network can nominate a red velvet cupcake. after all, it's been to war. now ailes has since said that the whole offer was really more of a joke. but you know it makes me think, why can't a comedy network put up a candidate for president? or-- (cheers and applause) >> stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen! (cheers and
investments! and occasionally through dumb ones. (laughter) today house speaker john boehner struck back with his plan to cut spending by demanding obama come up with boehner's plan to cut spending. (laughter) >> a lot of people know that the president and i met on sunday it was a nice meeting, it was cordial but we're still waiting for the white house to identify what spending cuts the president is willing to make, where are the presidents spending cuts? >> stephen: now critics say the speaker is just asking democrats to put specifics in into the republican proposal but i say that's kind of fun. it makes the budget into a giant mad-lib. for instance, we agree to cut ten be zillion from the program that gives ukuleles to the sticky poor. toilet boom! (cheers and applause) we will have more on this story -- if i have to. (laughter) nation, there's a danger lurking around every corner. that's why i say we must start making all of our buildings round. (laughter) this is the threat down. (cheers and applause) first up, folks, i always keep watch on our international enemies, especially north
? john mccain was for it. george h.w. bush was for it. even former republican presidential nominee and disabled world war ii veteran bob dole left his death bed in a wheelchair to show his support. and, remember, congress is technically a downgrade from death bed. ( laughter ) for a minute, it looked like both sides might come together to affirm a universally shared value, but coming to the rescue once again, dr. rick santorum's imaginaryium. >> there are some very, very troubling provisions that could open up pandora's box that could directly affect many families in america. imagine the situation if now the state, those who are not the parents of these children, have the determination as to what is in the best interest of the child. >> stephen: that's right. reaffirming protections to the disabled equals the u.n. coming between you and your child. it's hard enough for parents to get the kids to listen now. just wait until everything you say has to go through those translator headsets. ( laughter ). now, now, sure the idea that an international treaty for the disabled would give t
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